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Recently there has been growing interest in inter-vehicle communications (IVC) to avoid motor vehicle accidents. About one quarter of accidents occur in non line of sight (NLOS) situations. This paper focuses on accident avoidance in NLOS by the IVC. To communicate with other vehicles in NLOS, VHF radio frequency is assumed since the VHF signal can reach… (More)
In recent years, 3D technology has become so widespread that the technology alone no longer fascinates the viewers. To achieve further technical innovations on display experience, we should explore the limitations of 3D devices.
classroom use is granted without fee provided that copies are not made or distributed for commercial advantage and that copies bear this notice and the full citation on the first page. Copyrights for third-party components of this work must be honored. For all other uses, contact the Owner/Author. Figure 1: (a) Final result of ExPixel and the hidden game… (More)
This project realizes the spatial augmented reality in the public. Audiences can watch their preferred images and audios on the public signage. It is high applicative technology cause, it is configured by the consumer based 4K LCD, super-directive speakers, lenticular lens and Multi-view Images Synthesizer implemented into an Unity application. It enlarges… (More)
In this paper, we establish a roadmap of Scritter, a promising multiplex hidden imaging technology enabling multiple users to watch different contents on the same display at the same time. After explaining how we adapted Scritter to current home display technologies, we present the major applications developed in order to promote the multiplex hidden… (More)
In this paper, we will be introducing a technological solution enabling the use of multiplex imaging technique on the living room television screen. <i>FamiLinkTV</i> allows all the family members to enjoy an experience that goes far beyond the simple screen sharing together: instead of having different family members watching their own contents in their… (More)